Another image from my favourite gorge in one of my favourite places, Hamersley Gorge Karijini National Park. This image was shot in the early morning before the sunlight enters the gorge and burns out all the colours in the rocks and the water. Because Hamersley Gorge is outside the main part of the Karijini National Park, not only does it receive less visitors, but they also arrive much later, so few people see this spectacular gorge in the most beautiful light of pre sunrise or twilight.
I know a secret little campsite nearby, so I can get there very early in the morning and I usually have this gorge to myself (and the birds and wallabies) for many hours before the first visitors arrive for the day. This feels like an enormous privilege, one I enjoy immensely.
This image shot on the Hasselblad H5D-50 with the HCD 28mm Lens